Quiet beach breaks and secluded coves where you can embrace the simple pleasures of a British seaside holiday; the sand between your toes, building sandcastles, collecting seashells & exploring rock pools.
Portinfer is a great surf spot that picks up more swell than Vazon. Located in a secluded cove near to Port Soif, is usually the biggest beach break Guernsey has to offer.
Petit Port is certainly not a beach for the lazy - the only land access is down over 270 steep steps
Portelet Harbour is a small working fishing harbour where you can relax and watch the fishing boats or enjoy the sea and sand on this west-facing, safe and sheltered beach.
The Islands of Guernsey have 40 beaches to visit, from the sheltered southern coves to the wide expanses of white sand to the north.
It's easy to see why Paddle Boarding is the latest craze in watersports. A great activity for the whole family, you can choose to play close to shore or venture out and explore Guernsey’s rugged coastline.
Ocean views and a good bite to eat are what makes Guernsey’s beach cafes and kiosks so beloved. Enjoy a quintessential seaside refreshment from one of Guernsey’s traditional kiosks or have lunch with a view at one of our popular beach cafes.
Bays and Beaches which are accessible for wheelchair users
Valid from 26th Sept to 30th Oct 2021
10% discount special offers for stays in Sark
4 nights from £465 at the 5* Old Government House Hotel Hotel including return flights from a choice of regional airports, breakfast.
Guernsey offers a great selection of Hotels, Self Catering, Guest Accommodation & Campsites.
Guernsey is easily accessible with regular flights from many UK airports and regular sailings from Portsmouth & Poole
From farmers’ markets to summer shows, food festivals and town carnivals, Guernsey is ready to entertain you.
Simple pleasures and thrilling adventures. Explore the many different activities that the islands have to offer.